Posts Tagged ‘pacific crest trail’

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PCT // What’s in my pack // April 2019

What I’m bringing to start my attempted thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. Subscribe to follow the journey! Gear mentioned: Tent … source

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Cuben Fiber Gear, Is It Worth It?

Gear/Stuff I mentioned in this Video! —– Osprey Atmos 65 – Big Agnes Copper Spur UL2 – ZPacks Arc Blast … source

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PCT // Snow in the Desert // Episode 6

Days 17 – 19 of the Pacific Crest Trail 2019. Leaving Idyllwild, San Jacinto peak, hiking through snow, Fuller Ridge, our longest day yet, the I-10 freeway, Mesa … source

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PCT // The Most Exciting McDonald’s // Episode 8

Days 24 – 27 of the Pacific Crest Trail 2019. Miles 276.6 – 353.9. Camping at Deep Creek, hot springs, rain and a rainbow, Cajon Pass, and the famous … source

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PCT // Our First Town Stop // Episode 3

Days 5-7 of the Pacific Crest Trail 2019. Stopping in Julian – all the joys of experiencing our first town. Resupplying, bathtub laundry, and eating pie. Subscribe: … source

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Zpacks Arc Blast Review

Zpacks Arc Blast 55L – CDT Section Gear List … source

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Pacific Crest Trail 2017 | The Sierra (during a 200% above average snow year)

After finally leaving Kennedy Meadows I hiked about 50 miles north and got off via Kearsarge Pass into Lone Pine – cute, little western town where I was able to … source

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Thru-Hiking: Take it Slow the 1st 100 Miles! PCT 2018 – Day 3 – Janel Gazelle

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Backpacking Gear I'm OVER in 2019

Stuff/Gear I Mention in this Video ** Dirty Girl Gaiters – BD Carbon Cork Trekking Poles – Carbon Tent Pole … source

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Ultimate Essential Ultralight Med Kit for Thru-hiking and Long-Distance Hikes

Everyone needs a med kit on trails like the Appalachian Trail. Pacific Crest Trail, and Camino de Santiago. Long-distance hikers who want to go ultralight need … source

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